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Trying to buy a new car, quick question.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Gallard0, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Gallard0

    Gallard0 BANNED BANNED

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    I've been doing freelance webdesign and other various things to make money over the past year, now I just got off the phone and told him that I've been doing it for a little longer than I have, but anyway he said they just wanted to know how much I reported for my income on the year, so is it okay to exaggerate this number, or is there a way they can find that out?
     
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    asi_av Regular Member

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    let say u live in USA...
    they will run credit check on u.
    if your score is good they will approve it.
    low score and u will have to get some papers show u can make the payments.
     
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    Yeah, but the place knows I don't have any credit and they asked how much I reported last year, and they are going to try and work with that....my payments would be a little under 400 right now, I just need to find out if I can exaggerate or not.
     
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    asi_av Regular Member

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    ho wall the just gone rip u off with 18% or so
    but the good thing after 3-5 years when u finish the payments u will have good credit to buy the next car

    i was in your place
    4 years ago i got 2004 Mazda 3 - KBB value 12k i pay total 18.5k
    this year i got for my wife new Dodge Journey KBB value 20k total i will pay is 21k

    wish u best of luck